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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End 4K 2007 Ultra HD 2160p

Country: USA
Genre: Adventure, Action
IMDB: 7.1
Producer: Gore Verbinski
Cast: Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley, Geoffrey Rush, Jack Davenport, Bill Nighy, Jonathan Pryce, Lee Arenberg, Mackenzie Crook, Kevin McNally, David Bailie, Stellan Skarsgård, Tom Hollander, Naomie Harris, Martin Klebba, David Schofield, Lauren Maher, Dermot Keaney.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End 4K 2007 Ultra HD 2160p

Dark times are coming: the age of pirates is drawing to a close. Lord Cutler Beckett of the East India Company has gained control of the terrifying ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, and its evil, vengeful captain, Davy Jones. Now the Flying Dutchman tirelessly plows the waters of the seven seas and, under the command of Admiral Norrington, mercilessly destroys pirate ships. Will Turner, Elizabeth Swan and Captain Barbossa embark on a desperate journey in search of the Nine Barons of the Pirate Brotherhood: with them lies the only hope of defeating Beckett, the Flying Dutchman and his armada. But one of the Barons is missing: Captain Jack Sparrow, either the best or the worst pirate in the world. After an unsuccessful encounter with a monster called the Kraken, he is held captive by Davy Jones. The alliance between our heroes - including Tia Dalma, Pintel and Ragetti - is tenuous, but they must first travel to dangerous, exotic Singapore and fight the Chinese pirate captain Xiao Feng for seafaring charts and a ship that will take them to the edge to save Jack. Sveta.

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Slowly and mournfully, an endless succession of ragamuffins of all stripes and ages rises to the gallows: in the Caribbean territory under his jurisdiction, Lord Cutler Beckett (Tom Hollander) declared a state of emergency, rooted out all democratic freedoms, abolished basic civil rights and ordered the hanging of everyone who in one way or another associated with pirates. Or associated with those associated with pirates. Or associated with those who are associated with those who are associated with pirates, and so on ad infinitum.

But here, a very young boy with a noose around his neck sings an old pirate song, it is picked up by all the condemned without exception, which means that the time has come for the sea robbers to unite and rise, and for the nine pirate barons to gather for advice. But before the most desperate thugs make a common decision, it is necessary to rescue Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) from the otherworldly captivity, without which the filibuster people, whatever one may say, are not complete. Therefore, a friendly company consisting of Will Turner (Orlando Bloom), his fiancee Elizabeth Swan (Keira Knightley) and the undead captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush), who unexpectedly joined them, enlisted the support of the leader of the Singaporean pirates Xiao Feng (Chow Yun-Fat), set off on a rescue expedition.

Jack Sparrow, of course, there is. But first, his huge sniffing nose will appear on the screen, occupying almost half of the usable area (in terms of the impact force, this super-close-up is comparable only to the similar vision of Donatas Banionis's ear in Solaris (1972)).

The time Sparrow spent in captivity clearly affected his already not the most stable psyche, so that already in the first three minutes of being in the frame, the captain manages to fight with himself over the last peanut, very courteously stick to the one generated by his hallucinating brain goat and even lay an egg. However, pretty soon he comes to his senses (as far as it is generally possible in his case) and throws himself headlong into the abyss of incredible intrigues, in which the old and incredibly valuable card alternately becomes a bargaining chip, then ritual objects with which you can call the sea goddess Calypso, the chest with the heart of the captain of the "Flying Dutchman" Davey Jones (Bill Nighy), or even the beautiful Elizabeth - a woman on a ship from time immemorial is not only a harbinger of trouble, but also a very popular and sought-after product ...

In almost three hours, while the film is running, so many events will occur (both explaining what happened in previous episodes, and completely new and unexpected) that even a brief listing of them will take an inexcusable amount of space. So you don’t need to know in advance about all the twists and turns of the plot, especially since any normal person is simply obliged to see it all with their own eyes: skipping the third series of “Pirates”, subtitled “At World's End”, is possible only under the threat of the gallows, but even in this case still worth thinking about. The previous film of the unexpectedly triumphant project - "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" / Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest / (2006) - was formally quite perfect, but of the same distilled delight as the original, "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl » / Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl / (2003), still did not cause. Now everything fell into place. The new film turned out to be amazing in all respects, having utterly defeated its main competitors in the current summer triquel race in terms of emotions - neither the newly-minted "Spider-Man" nor the next "Shrek" bring even a tenth of the happiness that this "fun chronicle dangerous journey." It's just some kind of holiday - for once, forgetting about decency, age and status, you can laugh heartily at the most simple jokes (in a strange way, even the most tambourine comic cliches work in "Pirates", like the scene where it turns out that a fragile girl can hide much more weapons on herself than expected, or, for example, when a formidable big man suddenly begins to speak in a thin, squeaky voice) and, with her mouth open like a first-grader, contemplate unimaginable special effects.

And the climactic battle between The Black Pearl and The Flying Dutchman on the edge of a bubbling water funnel is unparalleled at all - this, to be honest, is the most significant battle scene in world cinema in recent years, even incomprehensibly how much. From time to time, however, the brain still turns off all these luxuries and turns on analytical centers that allow us to consider what is happening more or less objectively. But even here you can’t find fault with the “Pirates” – the most interesting nuances immediately come to the fore. Like that director Gore Verbinski continues to stick to his line and unobtrusively, but obviously seasons his outstanding triple ear with occult-esoteric spices. If in the last film he clearly paid tribute to the disturbing worlds of Howard Lovecraft (indistinguishable from the ancient god Cthulhu, the tentacle-faced Davy Jones, the Flying Dutchman team, consisting of fish people, and other "shadows over Innsmouth"), now, when travelers get into the snow-covered world of Jones's "cache", where the top turns down, and at dawn the mystical Green Ray shines with an unearthly light, willy-nilly one recalls Edgar Allan Poe's Journey of Arthur Gordon Pym and the corresponding black novels by Jean Ray.

Shot from the movie "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End"
But you can ignore this if you wish. The most important thing is the incomparable ecstasy that every frame of this amazing work evokes. Despite the obvious commercial calculation of the entire enterprise, the viewer does not for a second get the feeling that he was lured into the cinema for the third time to watch, in fact, the same thing, only to pull out another millions of conventional units from the wallets. For them, of course, the case will not, but in this case, you give money for the ticket with a pure soul and sincere gratitude. It seems that somewhere in the Disney bins there really is a chest covered with shells, in which something big and good has been beating for several years, and this measured knock turns the big-budget skit into your own, long-awaited and truly joyful holiday like an extra day birth.
Just don't stumble halfway, comrade heart.

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